This workshop will draw on the application of clinical skills to focus on what helps and what does not, in this workshop designed to help therapists work better when the therapeutic relationship gets stuck.
Date 15 June 2019
Start time 10:00 am
End time 4:30 pm
Region Online
Cost £70
Website https://bit.ly/2VbRMKP
Email [email protected]

Training

About this training

This is the fifth run of this workshop following its successful first run for the West London Mental Health Trust Personality Disorder Service in 2018.

This online training session limited to six participants will use Zoom, a reliable and good quality platform for holding online meetings and webinars. You will be able to see and interact with your fellow participants throughout the day.

Decades of psychotherapy research demonstrates that the therapeutic relationship is fundamental to good outcomes in any therapy. Yet problems and ruptures to the therapeutic relationship are common and stressful, and they can present challenges to therapists across all levels of experience. Understanding and formulating problems in the relationship and making them the focus of collaborative dialogue are all essential components of successfully addressing them.

Making theory practice links throughout, this workshop will draw on the application of clinical skills to focus on what helps and what does not in this workshop designed to help therapists work better when the therapeutic relationship gets stuck. While drawing ideas from Cognitive Analytic Therapy - a highly respected relational model of psychotherapy - this workshop will be accessible to therapists working across different modalities, including CBT therapists. No prior knowledge of CAT needed.

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